SATURDAY 226 PM
“DON’T DOGGETT” - Brown Dog
LOOKING AY WHERE TWE ALL COME FROM
making music is like navigating
you have countless pitfalls that are hard to avoid but if you listen you can make something through all the noise in the world
Put a good dent in the paperback copy of Brown Dog my dad gave me. Had a workout and sauna session at the Y but I feel sick. I’m not hungover. Made this in less than an hour
Jack made me mad but I can’t help but more feel sorry for him. Based on old phone conversations, I constantly see why Becca couldn’t live with him.
I’m here to help you jack, not be your emotional punching bag. I don’t need to be here to finish Poliwat. I can live at my own home and do that.
you lied about clearing out a room for me upon moving in
you haven’t lifted a finger helping your mom with the garage
you don’t clean up after yourself
you work against me instead of with me
you are belittling
you don’t encourage growth
I don’t want to be in the middle of tensions
when you tell your mother she loves lexi more than you
All I have to do is reword that around my feelings and that’s how you do it :)
who cares finishing poliwat is my only task
Working on teensy tutorials
its super cool!
You can do to a decimal number can also be done to a binary number.
The base of each number system is also called the radix. The radix of a decimal number is ten, and the radix of binary is two. The radix determines how many different symbols are required in order to flesh out a number system. In our decimal number system we’ve got 10 numeral representations for values between nothing and ten somethings: 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9. Each of those symbols represents a very specific, standardized value.
In binary we’re only allowed two symbols: 0 and 1. But using those two symbols we can create any number that a decimal system can.